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Unformatted text preview: n, Kovacs, & Sawin (2008) 3 9/29/09 Family Climate and Disability: Parents with Disabili/es Consider the role and responsibili/es of children whose parents have intellectual disabili/es. The number of parents with ID is not known. However, it is reasonable to expect the number to increase because of Greater recogni/on of the rights of people with ID Decrease in prac/ces such as forced steriliza/on Es/mates of the number of parents in the US with ID—though unreliable—are as high as 1.4 million National Resource Center for Foster Care & Permanency Planning, 2003 Family Climate and Disability: Parents with Disabili/es Parents with ID oUen experience diﬃcul/es They have diﬃculty learning about childcare. They appear to be abusive or neglecdul They don’t think through the consequences of their ac/ons They don’t read cues from their children They are more likely...
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2011 for the course EEX 2000 taught by Professor Elizabethfilippi during the Spring '11 term at University of Florida.
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